‘Teen Mom’ Jenelle Evans Arrested For The Sixth Time

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Due to her five previous arrests, no one was particularly shocked to learn today that Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans was arrested once again. This time it was for assault and heroin possession, Celebuzz has confirmed.

The story goes that police responded to the North Carolina home Evans shares with her husband Courtland Rogers Tuesday afternoon at around 12 p.m. following reports of a domestic dispute.

“They were arrested on the street outside their dwelling,” North Carolina’s Caswell Beach Police Department Chief of Police George Kassler told Celebuzz, adding that it was Rogers who called the police for help.

Rogers has accused Evans of hitting him with a piece of furniture during a fight, while Evans claims Rogers hit her with a closed fist on the head, according to court documents obtained by Celebuzz.

When police arrived they also allegedly found 12 bindles of heroin, Percocet, Celebuzz confirms, as well as plastic wrapping paper and a glass pipe, both of which are considered paraphernalia.

Evans was taken into custody and faces five separate criminal charges including the possession of heroin with intent to manufacture, sell or distribute, simple assault, possession of a schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Rogers is also charged with the sale and delivery of a controlled substance and domestic violence.

The troubled married couple are currently behind bars.

For anyone who was wondering where Evans’ son Jace was during the whole ordeal, Evans’ mother Barbara has sole custody of the three year old. When she was arrested, Evans was also served with a warrant for not paying child support.

This is not Evans’ first run-in with the law. She was arrested in 2010 for breaking and entering and drug possession. Then in 2011 for assault and again the same year when she tested positive for drugs, violating her parole. And last year, Evans found herself in police custody after making harassing phone calls to a former roommate and then again after violating an order of protection.